Inside Natalie Portman’s New $6.5M Montecito Mansion
Natalie Portman just bought a vacation home, and it takes indoor-outdoor living to a whole new level. The Oscar-winning actress dropped $6.5 million on a stunning Barton Meyers-designed mansion in Montecito featuring ocean views and perfectly manicured gardens.
Click through to take a peek inside the four-bedroom, five-bathroom house that is sure to take your breath away.
The 3,991-square-foot estate is situated on 10.4 acres of lush greenery.
The home is built from steel, glass and concrete, putting the sweeping ocean views on full display.
The back of the house opens up entirely to reveal the patio and pool.
In the living room, a fireplace is built into a concrete and glass wall. Lantern-style lighting hung from the exposed ceiling keeps the atmosphere breezy.
We wouldn’t mind cooking up a storm in this state-of-the-art kitchen that overlooks the ocean.
The master bedroom boasts a spa-like bathroom and access to the outdoors.
In another one of the four bedrooms, a large window provides a spectacular ocean view.
The library has a cozier feel than the rest of the home, with an earthy palette and stacks of books.
Here’s a walkway leading to the garden.
Natalie can spend her days growing organic fruits and vegetables on the land.
This outdoor dining area has an industrial feel with a fireplace made of corrugated metal and a steel dining set.
Can we have our morning coffee here everyday, please?
A luxurious pool with a waterfall overlooks the Pacific Ocean.